DS Ben Jones: The Robsons moved here in the 90s when Alan Robson hit it big.
DCI John Barnaby: What's his line?
DS Ben Jones: Computers. He developed a chess game called Knight To King. Made millions.
DCI John Barnaby: Clever man, then.
DS Ben Jones: More like a geek.
DCI John Barnaby: The geek shall inherit the earth!
DCI John Barnaby: "Grieving may be universal, but we must express it in our own unique way".
DS Ben Jones: Sigmund Freud.
[revealing that it was a quotation from his own university thesis "The Birth of Grief, Memory and Loss in Human Evolution"]
DCI John Barnaby: John Barnaby, 1988, Durham University.
DCI John Barnaby: [holding sombreros] Remember these?
Sarah Barnaby: [laughs] I try hard not to.
DCI John Barnaby: 1996, we bought these in Puerto Vallarta; you wore a red dress.
Sarah Barnaby: Los Cabos, and the dress was blue.
DCI John Barnaby: [to Sykes] Least I got the year right.
DCI John Barnaby: [follows Sarah outside] We went dancing in these.
Sarah Barnaby: Yeah, that's Tequina for you. Right. Boxes are for charity, bags are for recycling; so, take your pick.
DCI John Barnaby: You can't give these to charity.
Sarah Barnaby: No, you're right; no-one's that desperate. Recycling it is then.
DCI John Barnaby: Well, have you no heart, woman? These are part of our history, our memories.
Sarah Barnaby: These are ten dollar sombreros.
DCI John Barnaby: Exactly; they weren't cheap. Now come on, put this on. Do your Clint.
Sarah Barnaby: I'm not doing my Clint.
DCI John Barnaby: Come on, do your Clint; you know you want to.
Sarah Barnaby: [mimicking Eastwood] "In this world there's two kinds of people, my friend; those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig."
Sarah Barnaby: My dad disapproved of John when he first met him.
DCI John Barnaby: Until I won him over with my charm.
Sarah Barnaby: He took him to the pub and got the poor man drunk.
DCI John Barnaby: Very low alcohol tolerance, bless him.